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Medspeak verb To determine or verify titles, qualifications, documents, completion of required training, and continuing education in those persons who function in a professional or official capacity—e.g., medical examiner, AandE/ER doctor, neurosurgeon

credential

verb To determine or verify titles, qualifications, documents, completion of required training, and continuing education, in those persons who function in a professional or official capacity–eg, ER physician, neurosurgeon, etc. Cf Credentials.

credential

(kri-den′shăl) [L. credentia, trust, credit + -al-]
1. Recognition by licensure, certification, or award of a degree in a field in which a person has met certain educational, professional, or occupational requirements.
2. Evidence or testimonial, usually written, of such licensure, certification, or award of a degree.
3. To issue or grant such licensure, certification, or award of a degree.
credentialed, adjectivecredentialing
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Apart from providing the technical solutions, XTec even provides supports to all pieces of the identity, credential and access control lifecycle from cardstock to enrollment, credential issuance, maintenance, logical and physical access control and mobile usage.
The model also considers underlying issues such as the decision of the nurse to pursue a credential and the question of what "dose" of credentialing is needed to measurably improve outcomes.
This company will be established as the one credentialing verification organization (CVO) in the state which all insurers and hospitals (any entity which credentials practitioners) must use for credentials verification;
The new process will allow you to print extra copies of your credential (where permissible by law), at no charge, to replace a missing credential or to display it in an additional location where you practice.
Sailors pursuing occupational credentials can now receive funding to pay for approved credentialing exams, according to NAVADMIN 293/07, released Nov.
Commercial managers whose portfolio does not yet meet the minimum size for IREM's CPM[R] designation can gain training, skills and industry knowledge using the new credential as a stepping stone to the CPM[R].
Another extraordinary benefit of becoming a PFS credential holder is the outstanding information that will become available to them at the AICPA's PFP website (www.
The first authentication system that issues multiple types of credentials from a single infrastructure, the TriCipher Armored Credential System (TACS) allows for authentication strength to change in response to new threats without any infrastructure changes.
Raise awareness about the importance of demonstrating expertise about business technology issues and attaining the CITP credential.
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